Christmas is rapidly approaching and our new theme pack is now live on the 123ICT Interactive Computing Scheme of Work https://123sow.co.uk/
It’s full of activities, lesson plans and arts and crafts to help you and your class enjoy the next few weeks when not rehearsing for THE PRODUCTION. Many of the resources are cross-curriculum so you can have a bit of Christmassy maths and literature too.
The new theme pack “Animals and their Habitats” is now live on the 123ICT Interactive Computing Scheme of Work https://123sow.co.uk/
Over 50 links to resources, planning and activities to help you teach this amazing topic across both KS1 and KS2.
Why do some animals live in some places and why do some not? Why are there no penguins in the Arctic? Apparently it has nothing to do with polar bears and them not being able to get the wrappers off!!
There are 2 great new theme packs available for members to help bring the topics of the Anglo Saxons and The Celts to life in your classroom.
Superheroes have always fascinated children. They love to play superheroes and take on their favourite role; they love to watch superheroes on TV and at the cinema and they love to read about them also. We have 30 superb themed websites on offer, some are KS1, some are KS2 and some are suitable for EYFS.
Children just love playing with toys and games and, as a topic, it proves to be really enjoyable and absorbing for them. We currently have 34 terrific themed websites on offer; they include history of toys resources for KS1 and moving toys resources for KS2, and all without mentioning Fortnite…
The resources embrace the subjects of history and Design & Technology and collectively, they cover: toys and games through the ages, traditional children’s games, moving toys and cams, popular toys, mechanical toys and much more besides. The resources comprise of a mixture of: information, facts, research, hands-on activities illustrations and video clips, as well as some detailed planning – each of which will effectively support this very appealing topic. #computingschemeofwork